Off-Leash Dog Parks in British Columbia

There are few things in life a dog loves more than running off-leash with his canine comrades. No matter where you live or where you’re headed in British Columbia, we can help you find an off-leash dog park nearby. We'll even give you the scoop on poop bag and water availability.

Pet Friendly MaCaulay Point Park
MaCaulay Point Park Once you go past Flemming Beach and Buxton Green to the breakwater it opens up to an off leash paradise for pups and stunning views for their owners. If you want a social gathering head here on a weekday at about 5:30pm and all the locals and their dogs are out. The locals meet on top of the hill but there are 2 looping paths you can walk as well. The inner path is less remarkable but keeps you out of the wind on the days the weather isn't at it's best. The outer path is larger and has stunning views. There are also a few trails down to small beaches, for a cool dip. There is no drinking water at this park so bring a water bottle. The pups get thirsty with all the playing. See Details
Pet Friendly Derby Reach Regional Park
Derby Reach Regional Park This is an amazing off-leash area with access to the Fraser River for dogs to swim in. There is 3 large fenced in parks with benches and trees just beside the camping area. The park is very well maintained and there is free poop bags provided. See Details
Dallas Road Park When it comes to off leash parks in Victoria, this is by far the most popular, especially when the sun shines. You'll meet every breed and most are very social. See Details
Linwood Park Off Leash Dog Area Fully fenced off-leash park features benches, a walking trail, and a drinking water and wash-off area for dogs. See Details
Brookswood Dog Park The Brookswood Dog Park has the most open space out of the Langley dog parks with a gravel walking track around the perimeter of the park which is great exercise for yourself and your pup. The entire park is fenced and there are separate areas for large and small dogs. Poop bags available at the entrance, and there is a water hose near the bathrooms. See Details
Rainbow Park Rainbow Park allows dogs off-leash before 10am and after 8pm daily. They also have a gated, designated off-leash area available 24/7. There is even a "Barking Bay" beach area for dogs at the park. See Details
Cedar Hill Corner This 11.8 hectare parcel of land is owned by the University of Victoria. It is being reserved for future development of the University, but over recent years it has acted informally as a well known off-leash dog park. See Details
Seal Bay Nature Park Seal Bay Nature Park is a 1764 acre park with various trails and beaches including many off leash or leash optional trails. See Details
Walnut Grove Community Park This park is located right off the Langley Lane Green Way, a paved walking area between 208th Street and 216th Street. Leashed dogs can walk the trails. Drinking water, picnic shelters, and restrooms are on-site. See Details
Jerry Sulina Park Jerry Sulina Park provides an off-leash dog park area for Fido to run and play. The park also features walking trails, fishing, river access, and more. See Details
Fair Grounds Park Fair Grounds Park has a partially fenced area, flat open field. Off leash. Poop bags provided. See Details
Agassiz Dog Park This spacious fenced area acts as an off-leash dog park on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The other days of the week it is utilized for horse riding. See Details
Duchess Park Dog Park Fenced dog park with an area for small dogs and another for larger dogs. Clean up pet waste , bags and garbage cans provided. See Details
Ray Brydon Park Ray Brydon Park is a dog-friendly park in Invermere, British Columbia. Located beside Toby Creek south of the Panorama Bridge in Athalmer, the dog park has fast become popular among local dog owners and people traveling through the area. While your dog plays in the park, you can enjoy the stunning surroundings made up of swooping mountains, valleys, and pine forests. You'll also discover a restroom in the parking area, benches, and picnic tables to make your stay more comfortable. See Details
Albion Fairgrounds Albion Fairgrounds offers an off-leash dog park where Fido is welcome to romp around to his/her heart's content. The park also has trails, open green space, picnic shelters, and more. See Details
Osoyoos Off Leash Dog Park Fenced park for dogs to socialize with other dogs off leash See Details
Cooper's Park Cooper's Park in Vancouver has an off-leash dog run. This pet-friendly area is fully fenced-in, so you don't have to worry about chasing a squirrel into the next state. While you're visiting the park, enjoy the winding paths and numerous benches next to False Creek. The park is open all hours. See Details
Ginter's Off Leash Park This off-leash dog park is not fenced, but there are no roads in the immediate vicinity. Dog waste bags and garbage cans provided. See Details
Hope BC Off-Leash Dog Park Get Fido ready for the first off-leash dog park in all of Hope, BC. This is the ideal place for your pooch to socialize and get the exercise they need. The grassy area provides ample space for Fido to stretch their legs, chase a ball, or just wander around sniffing some butts. The park has an irrigation system and waste stations for owners to clean up if dogs make a mess. You and your pooch can visit this dog park from 6:00am until 10:00pm, but be warned that they do get busy between 5:00pm and 6:30pm. See Details
Off Leash Dog Park Dogs are welcome at the Off Leash Dog Park in Parksville. This pet-friendly recreation area is fenced-in, allowing Fido to play and socialize without the constraints of a leash. The park is equipped with benches for humans to sit at and shade is available under one of the trees in the park. Off Leash Dog Park is open every day of the wee from 6:15am to 11:30pm. See Details
Creston Dog Park Creston Dog Park is a fenced-in space for Fido to play. The Dog Park features clean-up bags, water for pets and humans, and benches, which are shaded in the summer. Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the dog area, and owners must clean up after them. Creston Dog Park is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. See Details
Aberdeen Hills Dog Park Aberdeen Hills Dog Park is a pet-friendly recreation area. This off-leash space is a popular place to bring your dog to socialize and get some exercise. The space is fenced and has a separate area for small and large dogs. The park is also home to benches for humans to rest at. There are bag dispensers provided for dog owners to clean up any mess left behind. See Details
Sicamous Dog Park Sicamous Dog Park is pet-friendly. This great dog park is a fun place to bring your pooch to hang out and play with other pups. Dog owners are reminded to clean up after their pets and keep an eye on them while they hang out at around the park. Access the park just past the Solsqua Bridge, watch for signage on the west side of the road. After the park, take a walk along Eagle River together. See Details